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Cnr Frederick Street and Spencer Street
Albany, 6331


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Boasting the absolute best location in the centre of town, the Best Western Albany Motel & Apartments offers spacious comfortable accommodation for families, corporate travelers, couples and groups.

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With our recent and ongoing refurbishment of rooms, which feature the necessary comfort and elegant décor. They include a variety of styles from the Classic on ground level to the Premier Harbour View rooms on the upper lever, as well as self-contained apartments, family suites and king suite.

The Best Western Albany Motel & Apartments is central to all that Albany has to offer. We are just 200 meters from the restaurant and entertainment precinct, 300 meters from the Princess Royal Harbour and the fabulous Entertainment Centre and TransWA Bus Terminal. We are ideally located to experience the town which is an easy walk from your room.

This charming city marks the spot where the first European settlers set foot in Western Australia and much of their legacy remains today with around 50 colonial buildings standing proudly as museums, galleries and restaurants.

Make us the base for you and your friends to explore local boutique wineries; dine in gourmet restaurants and cafes, visit produce stores, local galleries, antiques, markets, picnic spots, parks and natural attractions. Albany is also a safe port of call for the migrating humpback, southern right and blue whales between June and October each year.

Our friendly staff can offer advice on the best of the local area.

Awarded 2018 Certificate of Excellence by Trip Advisor 4* for the Consistent Achievement of High Ratings from Travellers.

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Hotel location and the surrounding area

Nearby Attractions


  • 0.30 kilometer(s) from Bibbulmun Track, is one of the world's great long distance walk trails, stretching nearly 1,000 kilometers from Kalamunda, a suburb in the hills on the outskirts of Perth, to the historic town of Albany on the south coast. It passes through the heart of the scenic south west of Western Australia. The Track is for walkers only and is signposted with yellow triangular markers symbolizing the Waugal, the rainbow serpent of the Aboriginal Dreaming. It takes walkers through towering Karri and Tingle forests, down mist-shrouded valleys, over giant granite boulders and along breathtaking coastal heathlands. It passes through many of the most beautiful national parks of the south west forests and coastline
  • 0.70 kilometer(s) from Marron Farm & Bird Park, the Old Marron Farm is a perfect destination for any animal lover or family looking for a fun day out! Wander through our huge undercover aviary and hand feed the stunning native and exotic parrots within their in-flight home whilst admiring the Koi and trout ponds below. Cuddle the adorable guinea pigs and rabbits or say hello to the friendly ponies, pigs, horses, donkeys, emus and dingos! Check out the trout, Marron and Koi growing in our aquaponics system and taste the fresh produce at Nippers Cafe. The Old Marron Farm is situated 20 kilometers east of Albany, gateway to the beautiful Two Peoples Bay nature reserve and home to some of the South West’s best beaches.
  • 0.70 kilometer(s) from Old Gaol Museum, offers a fascinating look back to the era of convicts in the mid-1800s. Wander through the cell blocks reading the plaques about the colorful history of the Gaol and gain an understanding of the difficulties experienced by the early settlers.
  • 1.50 kilometer(s) from Middleton Beach Boardwalk, the surrounding area has something to offer everyone with its safe swimming, cafes/restaurants, playgrounds, quality accommodation and scenic walking/cycle paths including the Middleton Beach boardwalk. Middleton is also a great location for a picnic with large, shady pine trees lining the foreshore and public barbecues to cook your own feast. The Middleton Beach boardwalk commences from the southern end of the beach at Ellen Cove and winds around the coast to join up with sterling terrace back in the city. The total distance from the beach back to the city along the path is approximately five kilometers. This is a dual pathway for walkers and cyclists. The Middleton Beach to Emu Point path is also a dual pathway running adjacent to the beachfront starting at the northern end of the beach and finishing at Emu Point .The total distance is approximately three kilometers.
  • 1.50 kilometer(s) from Whale watching tours, are a fantastic way to spend the morning or afternoon. The King George Sound is a sheltered harbour offering two passages to the Great Southern Ocean. An ideal whale habitat, the sheltered waters around Albany and Denmark are ideal for young whales preparing to take the long journey south to the deep southern ocean around Antarctica.
  • 1.60 kilometer(s) from Vancouver Arts Centre, is housed in the former Albany Cottage Hospital, which was built in 1887 to the design of the then Colonial Architect, George Temple Poole. This building remained a hospital until 1962. The Vancouver Arts Centre (VAC) is now the focal point for arts experiences in Albany and is the only facility dedicated to the delivery of an inclusive and diverse arts program for all sectors of the community across all art forms. Its community arts program provides opportunities for full participation in cultural expression for everyone in the community.
  • 2.40 kilometer(s) from Strawberry Hill Farm, was once the home of the first Government resident in Western Australia. Wander through the beautifully furnished 1836 historic cottage to gain a real insight into the way of life in early colonial times. The cottage was one of the earliest buildings in the state and site of the first cultivated farm. A highlight to your visit is a walk through the property's stunning gardens, which contain some of the original fruit trees.
  • 2.70 kilometer(s) from Mount Clarence, provides spectacular views out across the town of Albany and the surrounding bays. Walk along the heritage trail which starts at the memorial and winds around the edges of Mount Clarence. Appreciate the panoramic views of Princess Royal Harbor, King George Sound and Middleton Bay. Make sure you keep a look out for signs of humpback whales and dolphins that visit these waters. Climb the mountain to see the Desert Corps Memorial, a tribute to the soldiers that fought at Gallipoli in World War One. It stands near the peak of Mount Clarence as a tribute to the soldiers whose last view of Australia would have been of Mount Clarence.
  • 14.00 kilometer(s) from Mount Romance, located in the South West of Western Australia, a region of natural beauty and rich pioneer history, Mount Romance - The Sandalwood Factory is an essential Albany experience. Only 15 kilometers north of the center of Albany, this award winning tourist attraction offers a unique variety of activities. Free tours take you on a journey to learn about the branch to bottle processing of Sandalwood, one of Western Australia's oldest industries. Try their famous relaxation session, The Cone, The Gong and The Bowl for an hour of relaxation that you'll never forget. Treat your body, mind and soul in the Tribal Dreaming Relaxation Centre. Indulge your senses in their world class showroom featuring their wide range of Sandalwood beauty and lifestyle products made on-site. The Sandalwood Cafe offers locally roasted coffee, homemade cakes, meals, a kids play area and much more. Mount Romance is the world's largest supplier of natural sandalwood oil.
  • 16.60 kilometer(s) from Torndirrup National Park, The park covers approximately 3,906 hectares across the southern section of Princess Royal Harbour. The park, renowned for its amazing coastal features, has almost a quarter of a million visitors a year making it one of Western Australia's busiest national parks. The unusual coast line at Torndirrup National Park draws a lot of attention. The Southern Ocean has carved a 'Natural Bridge' in the granite rocks which has consequently formed 'The Gap' where the waves flow with great force. There are also blowholes where a small crack in the rocks blows air and occasionally water spray upwards. There is a large collection of plant species at Torndirrup National Park including peppermint plants growing on the sand hills, a medium-sized Karri forest and the rare-flowering plant the Albany Woollybush. The Torndirrup National Park forms a habitat for native animals including short-nosed bandicoots, kangaroos and pygmy possums.
  • 18.40 kilometer(s) from The Gap & Natural Bridge, the massive power of the Southern Ocean has created the spectacular rock formations of The Gap and Natural Bridge near Albany in the Torndirrup National Park. See the waves rush in and out with tremendous ferocity, and watch the waves surge along the sheer cliff drop. Nearby, a crack-line in the granite called the blowholes noisily shoots air and spray high into the air. From The Gap and Natural Bridge there are excellent views of the windswept rugged coastline. See massive granite outcrops, sheer cliffs and steep sandy slopes and dunes. Keep an eye out for whales which are often seen from the cliffs, especially during winter.
  • 21.10 kilometer(s) from Whale World Museum, boasts heritage and culture in this unique and educational tourist attraction. They offer an interactive journey through the former site of Australia's last operating whaling station, supported by a series of audio visual displays, artifacts and whaling history.
  • 22.40 kilometer(s) from Montgomery's Hill Vineyar, the sun sets over the gently flowing Kalgan River, red and orange hues contrast with green vines and rolling hills complete the picturesque majesty that is Montgomery's Hill - home of premium wines. Producing wine to tingle the palate and rush the senses. Enjoy the tastes combined with stunning views from the cellar.
  • 52.00 kilometer(s) from Porongurup Range, the Porongurup 1,100 million year old land - form is rich in unique plant life and abundant fauna - a photographer's paradise. The 2,401 hectares of national park has a rugged beauty that attracts bush walkers, bird lovers and plant enthusiasts from all over the world. It is home to 700 species of flowering plants and 78 species of birds plus an extraordinary variety of lichen and orchids. Many walk trails guide you through fascinating and diverse habitat
  • 68.00 kilometer(s) from William Bay National Park, famous for its windswept rocky shores and sheltered pools, William Bay National Park protects the coastline and forest between Walpole and Denmark on the south coast. Green's Pool near Denmark is well known for its turquoise water and white sandy beaches edged by granite boulders which create ideal swimming, snorkeling and diving conditions. Rocks form much of the coastline between Green’s Pool and Madfish Bay, extending 100 meters out to sea and creating a reef which bears the brunt of heavy seas. Inside the reef, pools, channels and granite terraces create a fascinating seascape perfect for beachcombing. Pack a picnic and take in the scenery at Elephant Rocks and Waterfall Beach, or try your hand at beach fishing.
  • 71.00 kilometer(s) from Greens Pool, one of mother nature's most inviting swimming pools, Greens Pool is among Western Australia's most iconic beaches. A picture postcard of clear emerald waters, pure white sand and sculpted rocks that shelter the bay from the swell beyond, it's a top spot for swimming, snorkeling and diving.
  • 81.00 kilometer(s) from Stirling Range, beautiful and pristine Stirling Range National Park near Albany is famous for its colorful wildflowers, bushwalking and camping. Stirling Range National Park is home to one of Western Australia's highest peaks, Bluff Knoll. Take the challenge and climb Bluff Knoll, which rises more than a kilometer into the air, or go rock climbing at Ellen Peak. You'll be rewarded with panoramic views of the park and surrounding plains. Bluff Knoll is one of the few places in Western Australia where it snows but only very occasionally! Stirling Range National Park is known for its staggering range of wildflowers more than 1,000 different species, some of which are found nowhere else.
  • 97.00 kilometer(s) from Bluff Knoll, located in the Stirling Range National Park, Bluff Knoll is the highest and one of the most spectacular peaks in south Western Australia. Requiring some fitness, the moderate five kilometer return hike is a picturesque two hour journey to the panoramic views from the bluff before the one hour descent to the base. Formed more than 1,000 million years ago, Bluff Knoll is the highest peak in the Stirling Range, reaching 1,095 meters above sea level. Due to its highest and proximity to the south coast, the climate in the range differs from that of the surrounding district. As a result of this unique topography and climate, over 1,000 species of wildflowers and flowering plants thrive within the park including Mountain Bells and the Queen of Sheba Orchid.
  • 102 kilometer(s) from Valley of the Giants, gives you a bird's eye view of some of the tallest timber giants on Earth - Western Australia's majestic tingle trees. Climbing 40 meters into the forest canopy and meandering through the treetops for 600 meters, the walk trail is the first of its kind, designed to maximize views and minimize impact.
  • 3 kilometer(s) from National ANZAC Centre, The award winning National Anzac Centre is one of Australia’s most important cultural pilgrimages. Located within Albany’s heritage listed Princess Royal Fortress, the centre overlooks the actual harbour from which over 41,000 men and women departed Australia for the Great War. Immerse yourself in the Anzac Legend and follow personal stories through state of the art technology, multimedia and historic artefacts. Prepare to remember, learn and explore. We recommend spending at least half a day in the precinct to experience all that we offer. Entry fee apply


  • 0.40 kilometer(s) from Mean Fiddler, bar/lounge, International, open for: lunch, dinner, Modern Australian cuisine.
  • 0.50 kilometer(s) from Liberte, bar/lounge, International, open for: breakfast, lunch, dinner, Modern Australian and Tapas cuisine.
  • 0.50 kilometer(s) from Venice Pizza Bar & Restaurant, bar/lounge, Italian, open for: lunch, dinner


  • 0.15 kilometer(s) from The University of Western Australia Albany Centre, is internationally recognized for its excellence in teaching and research, and has offered undergraduate programs through the Albany Centre since 1999. The Centre provides a personalized, friendly and supportive environment which helps school-leavers and mature-age students alike adjust to the challenges of university studies.
  • 3.20 kilometer(s) from Edith Cowan University
  • 5.00 kilometer(s) from Great Southern TAFE
  • 4.90 kilometer(s) from Great Southern Institute of Technology

Nearby Cities

  • 343 kilometer(s) from Bunbury, the port city of Bunbury is the third largest city in Western Australia after the state capital, Perth, and Mandurah. It is situated 175 kilometers south of Perth's central business district.
  • 55.00 kilometer(s) from Denmark, Denmark Western Australia is blessed with some of the most beautiful natural scenery in Western Australia.
  • 120 kilometer(s) from Walpole, The wild country surrounding this tiny town on the south coast of Western Australia has so much to offer travelers and sightseers, in particular those who enjoy bush walking, fishing and canoeing


  • 0.10 kilometer(s) from Bicycle riding
  • 10.00 kilometer(s) from golf, Albany Golf Course
  • 15.00 kilometer(s)from Scuba Diving


  • 0.70 kilometer(s) from York Street, main street in Albany, lots of shops and restaurants/cafe's
  • 1.00 kilometer(s) from Dog Rock Shopping Centre
  • 1.90 kilometer(s) from Albany Plaza
  • 2.10 kilometer(s) from Albany Central
  • 5.90 kilometer(s) from Touristville Shopping


  • 407 kilometer(s) from Perth Airport
  • 10.00 kilometer(s) from Albany Airport, Hire cars and shuttle busses are available at the airport.
  • 0.70 kilometer(s) from Transwa Terminal